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Poverty Reduction StrategyBackground Information
Stony Plain's Five Year Plan to Reduce Poverty and Homelessness
- Put a face to poverty and homelessness in order to form a clear and common understanding of the issue, and
- Develop and implement a formal community response strategy based on those findings in order to address and reduce the problem in an effective and sustainable way.
The project plan consists of three phases:
- Completion of a study in partnership with the University of Alberta to determine the scope and characteristics of the situation,
- Share results with community stakeholders and together develop a formal response strategy in accordance with a Housing First philosophy, and
- Implement the response plan developed in Phase 2.
A Needs Assessment Related To Poverty and Homelessness in an Agricultural Resource-Based Community, Stony Plain Alberta (September 1, 2014 to August 31, 2015)
In July 2014, Stony Plain FCSS obtained a Service Canada grant in the amount of $38,737 administered by the Alberta Rural Development Network. In partnership with the University of Alberta, the grant dollars were allocated to cover costs of a full-time temporary research project coordinator working out of the FCSS office, and a part-time research assistant working with the primary U of A researcher to conduct a 6-month study on poverty and homelessness in Stony Plain and area. Data from the study has been now been compiled and analyzed. See the slideshow summarizing the results.
Compiled Data Reports:
General Public Survey
Property Manager Survey
Service Provider Survey
At-Risk Client Survey
Qualitative Data Compilation
Phase 1 Final Report
Final Report Needs Assessment
Building a Community Response Strategy using a Housing First Philosophy (September 1, 2015 to August 31, 2016)
The results of the needs assessment in Phase 1 along with other research are to be used to commence Phase 2 of the Five Year Plan. This phase will involve the following through extensive community engagement:
- Effectively communicate the results of the needs assessment to stakeholders
- Formalize the ad-hoc committee to clarify purpose and vision
- Prioritize issues identified in the needs assessment
- Conduct a literature review of various community models and action plans
- Develop a formal Community Action Plan for Stony Plain
- Communicate the Action Plan
Town of Stony Plain Council committed funding for Phase 2 of the project.
Phase 2 Final Report
Read: Stony Plain's Plan to End Poverty and Homelessness
Implementation (Fall 2017 to present)
This phase is where we start to put words into action and address the priorities identified in Phase 2. Stony Plain FCSS has hired a Community Development Coordinator to assist in coordinating our community's poverty reduction initiatives. The Coordinator will continue to meet with community groups and stakeholders, map poverty reduction projects in our community, research new poverty reduction initiatives, and support the implementation and development of our community's action plan.
Read: 2017 Overview